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TERMINAL DISCLAIMER TO OBVIATE A PROVISIONAL DOUBLE PATENTING I Docket Number (Optional) 
REJECTION OVER A PENDING "REFERENCE" APPLICATION 1 400-1 072PC1 

In re Application of: Barry J. Gilhuly et al. 
Application No.: 10/088,784 
Filed: June 26, 2002 

For: System and Method for Pushing Information From a Host System to a Mobile Data Communication Device 

The owner*, Research In Motion Limited , of 100 percent interest in the instant application hereby disclaims, 

except as provided below, the terminal part of the statutory term of any patent granted on the instant application which would extend beyond 

the expiration date of the full statutory term of any patent granted on pending reference Application Number 09/928.983 , filed 

on 08/13/9001 as such term is defined in 35 U.S.C. 154 and 173, and as the term of any patent granted on said reference 

application may be shortened by any terminal disclaimer filed prior to the grant of any patent on the pending reference application. The owner 
hereby agrees that any patent so granted on the instant application shall be enforceable only for and during such period that it and any patent 
granted on the reference application are commonly owned. This agreement runs with any patent granted on the instant application and is 
binding upon the grantee, its successors or assigns. 

In making the above disclaimer, the owner does not disclaim the terminal part of any patent granted on the instant application that would 
extend to the expiration date of the full statutory term as defined in 35 U.S.C. 154 and 173 of any patent granted on said reference 
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grant of any patent on the pending reference application," in the event that: any such patent: granted on the pending reference application: 
expires for failure to pay a maintenance fee, is held unenforceable, is found invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, is statutorily disclaimed 
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/Shreen K Danamrai/ July 28, 2008 


Shreen K. Danamraj 


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